By Ruth D. Nass, Fern Leventhal
Thoroughly revised and up to date, a hundred Questions & solutions approximately Your baby s ADHD: Preschool to school, moment version is a complete, sensible advisor for fogeys of youngsters with awareness deficit hyperactivity sickness (ADHD). Discussing either scientific and psycho-social facets of the , Dr. Nass and Dr. Leventhal offer an authoritative but compassionate clarification of treating this and instructing your baby suggestions for residing -- and studying -- with ADHD. reviews from mom and dad of kids with ADHD deliver a first-person viewpoint to this important source. a hundred Questions & solutions approximately Your baby s ADHD: Preschool to school, moment version bargains mom and dad a assisting hand in dealing with the calls for of elevating a baby with ADHD, and environment their kids on a path for achievement of their improvement, schooling, and careers.
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Extra resources for 100 Questions & Answers About Your Child's ADHD: From Preschool to College, Second Edition
Approximately 50% of children with ADHD have one or more comorbid psychiatric disorder. Psychiatric problems can make the treatment of ADHD more difficult, and can in and of itself seriously complicate a child’s life. Medication, psychotherapy, and/or academic accommodations may be necessary. Diagnosis can be complicated because children with ADHD so often have additional symptoms and difficulties. Risk Factors, Symptoms, and Diagnosis 100 Q & A ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S ADHD: FROM PRESCHOOL TO COLLEGE Subclinical A form of a disease with very mild symptoms, often barely noticeable.
Panic disorder, agoraphobia (fear of the outdoors), specific phobia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder are also types of anxiety disorder. Note that while anxiety disorders are relatively common, they are infrequently associated with serious limitations in functioning and often go unnoticed by families. It is also possible that children with ADHD can become anxious as a result of their ADHD. In such cases, they become more tense or nervous about peer relationships, academic performance, or meeting daily routines.
In fact, some adult studies even suggest that women have ADHD more often than men. As hyperactivity lessens, the inattentive form of ADHD more commonly seen in girls may persist and equalize the ratio. QXP 5/21/10 10:32 AM Page 27 Bear in mind, however, that these study results are determined by the detection of ADHD. Gender ratios may be affected by referral practices. Among children referred to child psychiatrists or psychologists, the boy–girl ratio varies from 3:1 to 9:1, whereas in community surveys of school-age children, it is closer to 2:1.
100 Questions & Answers About Your Child's ADHD: From Preschool to College, Second Edition by Ruth D. Nass, Fern Leventhal